In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.
Two things that horses are scared about:
1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move
Leaves changing already...it sure must be fall! In the midst of that hot miserable thing we called summer, it felt like it would never come. Bring it on! :)
LOL, nice end-ing!Yes, the leaves are doing their thing, the air is crisp, at 5a.m. this morning, we had 1/2an inch of the white stuff...not ready.I did bring in the rest of the pumpkins and yard-long beans into the barn. Now I can take my time finishing the harvest.My daughter has to haul hay too for 4 horses, I wonder if she ever calculated? Hay Burners, is what my Dad called the horses but we still had 11 of them, plus cows and all the other farm animals. Growing up on the farm was wonderful, even tho there were always chores. As for the use of the Catnip? Enjoyment, pure and simple enjoyment at the end of summer.BlessYaIan
Pretty good ending! Fall brings in such wonderful colors. Your photos show it.
I don't think I know of any one that will be sorry to see this summer end. Happy Fall Y'all.
Love the "ending" here! :-) Your fall colors are beautiful already. I love when things cool off and there's a little break from the stifling heat. Enjoy!
So many of the leaves here just dried up due to the heat this summer. Others are in their glory however.
Had to lol at your last pic. Yes, fall is in the air here too and the beds are looking similarly barren and bleak....good descriptive words.
Very nice! While catnip is a sort of aphrodisiac for cats (and since you don't have cats), it has a calming effect on humans. Perhaps some catnip tea in the evening? :)
Looks like a beautiful start to the fall season.
Love the end:)Great shots I have no idea what to do with catnip without a cat:) B
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